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Google Meet Is Decided To Restrict Meetings To 60 Minutes On Free Plans After 30 September
Google Meet Is Decided To Restrict Meetings To 60 Minutes On Free Plans After 30 September

Users with Google's account will now create free meetings for up to 100 people, without any time limit.

Tech monster Google's video visit stage Google Meet has declared that after September 30, free forms of Meet will be restricted to gatherings no longer than an hour.

A Google representative revealed to The Verge in an email, "We don't have anything to convey with respect to changes to the promotion and progressed highlights lapsing. In the event that this changes, we'll make certain to tell you." 


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Under the expansion, anybody with a Google record could make free gatherings with up to 100 individuals, and with no time limit.

The Verge revealed that the cutoff time of September 30 is likewise appropriate to different highlights like admittance to cutting edge highlights for G Suite and G Suite for Education clients, including permitting gatherings of up to 250 members, live floods of up to 100,000 individuals inside a solitary space, and the capacity to spare gathering accounts to Google Drive


 

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Those highlights are regularly just accessible to clients on the "endeavor" level of G Suite, which costs $25 (generally Rs. 1,800) per client every month. 


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During the COVID pandemic, Google Meet and other video-conferencing stages have been pursuing the transient ascent of Zoom, with Meet passing 100 million day by day members back in April.

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